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Normally the Jdeveloper setup will be done in Windows (32bit or 64 bit) for development of new pages, or extension.
I understand that you are trying to setup the Jdevelopment for your development in a Solaris Sparc 64bit machine, it should be possible because Oracle Development use Unix machine to run the Jdeveloper for development.
To work around this you should edit the $JDEV_HOME/jdev/bin/jdev.conf -file and comment out the line that shows:
After this you should be able to start JDeveloper 10.1.2.
You might get some weird sticky startup screen showing in front of the initial questionnaire windows. After passing these (either try moving the windows or just pressing Enter) you should be fine with JDeveloper.
If that didnt work,
And check the below thread helps,
JDeveloper On Ubuntu Linux running Java 6
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